Booking Attractions In Advance
Most attractions across Cornwall are now open to visitors with the lockdown restrictions lifting continually. Many attractions do however require pre-booking your visit before arrival and we advise to plan ahead to fully enjoy your stay.
Tate St Ives
As with most Art Galleries, the Tate St Ives is now open with timed tickets required for all visitors. With a one-way route around the gallery guiding, you through rooms and the collection and exhibition rooms.
For more information on the Tate St Ives and to book tickets, visit their website here - https://www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-st-ives
The Eden Project
As with many attractions the Eden Project is now open with timed entry tickets with their website allowing bookings upto 5th September 2021. The Eden Project have introduced a wide range of new measures to make sure that the safety, health and wellbeing of all staff visitors remains their top priority.
We recommend visiting the Eden Project’s website for the latest details along with up-to-date news on their events here - https://www.edenproject.com/
English Heritage Sites
All English Heritage sites in Cornwall are now open including Tintagel Castle, Pendennis Castle, St Mawes and Launceston Castle with limited visitor numbers but again, they must be pre-booked via their website.
As with the common theme of other attractions, advanced booking is essential. The grounds and some performances are open and underway with advanced pre-booking essential for performances.
Visit https://www.minack.com/ to plan your visit.
With many local attractions already open or opening over the next few weeks we highly recommend booking in advance with your chosen attraction to avoid disappointment.